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crm definition
October 15, 2008, 11:31 am
Filed under: Definitions, Theory

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) refers to the methodologies and tools that help businesses manage customer relationships in an organized way.

 

For small businesses, customer relationship management includes:

 – CRM processes that help identify and target their best customers, generate quality sales leads, and plan and implement marketing campaigns with clear goals and objectives;

– CRM processes that help form individualized relationships with customers (to improve customer satisfaction) and provide the highest level of customer service to the most profitable customers;

– CRM processes that provide employees with the information they need to know their customers’ wants and needs, and build relationships between the company and its customers.

Customer relationship management tools include software and browser-based applications that collect and organize information about customers. For instance, as part of their CRM strategy, a business might use a database of customer information to help construct a customer satisfaction survey, or decide which new product their customers might be interested in.

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